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Blue Lotus Communications adds new clients to its portfolio.

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Blue Lotus Communications adds new clients to its portfolio.

Communication consultancy Blue Lotus Communication has been on an account winning spree of late, bagging 25 new clients, 10 of which were won in July itself. These include RR Oomerbhoy,, Chemithon Engineers, Emtex Industries, Acethetick Technologies, EcoSecurities, PowerDsine, J&J Consumer Division, Globsyn, Iqara, and

Commenting on this N Chandramouli, CEO, Blue Lotus Communications, said, “After acquiring leadership in the healthcare and technology sectors, Blue Lotus has focused on the manufacturing, environment and chemical sectors. Also, the focus has been to increase the B2C businesses. The clients that we have acquired show that we are moving towards this changed focus of ours. We’re already strong in the finance field. We plan to consolidate in this sector as well.”

Chandramouli claimed that the addition of the new clients in June would have added nearly Rs 2 crore to Blue Lotus’ toplines in the year. “The market is extremely buoyant and we expect to close this year at a capitalised turnover of Rs 60 crore,” he added.

The consultancy is also expected to add at least 25 people in a month’s time to take its strength to over 100 people spread across its eight offices in India.


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